Social sciences and humanities research is getting a financial boost at McGill University. About $4.3 million in funding is being awarded to 49 McGill scientists.
Entitled Managing the Saint Lawrence River, the Brace Centre for Water Resources Management symposium will bring together five experts who have closely studied the possible consequences of recent variations in the water level of thebig river.: Monday, September 16 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in room R2-046 of the Raymond Building on Macdonald Campus of McGill University.
Scientists have found that a rare and enigmatic class of neutron stars, of which only five are known, are actually magnetars - exotic stars with magnetic fields trillions of times stronger than the Sun's or Earth's.
McGill University has a new Project funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and the Indonesian government to support programs in community development, basic education and interdisciplinary studies.
Public thirst for medical knowledge will continue to be quenched at McGill. For the second consecutive year, the Faculty of Medicine is offering its wildly popular Mini-Med courses to the general public.
Graduates of McGill's 2001 Mini-Med program are returning to the University this fall. By popular demand, McGill is offering past Mini-Med students a bonus lecture given by Dr. Margaret Somerville.
McGill University's Brain Tumour Research Centre at the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) was officially inaugurated this morning.
A group of dedicated and determined McGill University students, who have shown outstanding achievement in carrying out projects that benefit the community, will be honoured today in a ceremony on the downtown campus.
McGill University professor shares innovative research on new generation steels at national conference
For the past year, Dr. Steven Yue, a professor at McGill University and Project Leader for the AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence, has led a team of researchers from universities across Canada investigating ways to modify the properties of new generation steels to create stronger, more formable materials.
Nearly 100 academics from across Europe and Canada are gathering in Montreal to debate the many facets of immigration.